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The RRC database contains a total of 33762 Notes which are linked to 19842 References. Furthermore, 19542 PDF's containing copies of pages from books and journals are available.

Newest PDFs:

Coste, C., 1946
Grill, B., 2015
Grill, B., 2015
Mitchell, R. et al., 1976
Waller, R.H., 1972
Lang, E.M., 1977
Petronio, C. et al., 1996
Hendrie, D., 2015
Capotosto, J., 2015
Offord, S., 2015
Dean, C., 2015
Ellis, S., 2015
Dean, C. et al., 2015
Dean, C. et al., 2015
Ellis, S., 2015
Ellis, S., 2015
Dean, C., 2015
Knight, M., 2015
Reilly, M., 2015
Pollard, I., 2015
Swart, D., 2015
Goosen, E.J., 2015
White, A., 2015
Radcliffe, R.W., 2015

Rhino Literature & Articles

The RRC website provides access to an extensive database of indexed and tagged references, abstracts and full texts covering every possible aspect of the knowledge of the rhinoceros. The database only contains material available in the library of the RRC. All references are verified and bibliographically correct.

This bibliography excludes (with some exceptions) the following:

  • Literature on fossil rhinoceros species
  • Items in newspapers
  • Multiple editions and reprints
    (we endeavour to list the earliest edition of each work)
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We would like to thank H. Carpentier for supplying us with references from the Carino database.

Newest References:
Grill, B., 2015. Nelle mani del boss [Italian translation from the original German text published by Der Spiegel, Germany]. Internazionale 1100: 48-51, 2 photographs, 1 map
Petronio, C. et al., 1996. The Late Pleistocene fauna from Ingarano (Gargano, Italy) – Biochronological, palaeoecological, and geochronological implications. Bollettino Società Paleontologica Italiana, Modena; 34 (3): 333-339, 4 figs
International Rhino Keeper Association, 2015. Various notes. The Crash November 2015: 1-16
Graham, R., 1954. Rhino! Rhino! A postwar adventure to capture two rhinos for the Brookfield Zoo. Ex- C-B-I Round up [China-Burma-India] 8 (8): 10-18
Petronio, C. et al., 2013. Mammal biochronology at the end of Late Villafranchian (Early Pleistocene) – Pirro Faunal Unit. Palaeontographica, Abt. A, Palaeozoology – Stratigraphy, E. Schweizerbart’sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, Stuttgart; 298 (1-6): 183-191, 4 figs, 1 tab
Arzarello, M. et al., 2009. L’industrie lithique du site Pléistocène inférieur de Pirro Nord (Apricena, Italie du sud) – Une occupation humaine entre 1,3 et 1,7 Ma // The lithic industry of the Early Pleistocene site of Pirro Nord (Apricena South Italy) – The evidence of a human occupation between 1.3 and 1.7 Ma. L’anthropologie, Paris; 113: 47-58, 3 figs, 2 tabs, 1 Pl
Petronio, C. et al., 2014. The Late Pleistocene mammal fauna from Montemerano – Manciano (Grosseto, central Italy). Bollettino del Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Verona – Geologia, Paleontologia, Preistoria, Verona; 38: 103-116, 5 figs
Dean, C., 2015. Saving rhinos is a group effort. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) Autumn 2015: 3
Ellis, K., 2015. Kenya: meet the rhinos' new best friends. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) Autumn 2015: 4-5
Taylor, S., 2015. If rhino conservation has escalated into welfare then welfare must be our primary objective. The Horn (Save the Rhino International) Autumn 2015: 6-7
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